Research Results on NTRA-NHC . Competition Seminar Program

New research findings on player habits in competition, case studies on the impact of competitions at several races, including the Kentucky Downs and Hawthorne Racecourse, and a long-timer’s perspective The year highlights the upcoming National Horseplayers Championship Competition Workshop on December 6.

The workshop, to be held at the Catalina Ballroom – Salon L, will begin at 3:00 p.m. MST, and is part of the University of Arizona’s 47th Annual Global Symposium on Racing. Any registered symposium attendee will receive a $500 discount on the purchase of an NHC berth that will be awarded at their organization’s competition during the 2022 NHC Tour season.

Here’s the full agenda for Monday’s workshop:

1. Survey Results and National Horseplayers Championship (NHC) Introduction — Keith Chamblin, NTRA CEO

2. Competitions Offers an opportunity to draw attention to your racing product — Ted Nicholson, vice president of racing, Kentucky Downs

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3. Caesars Entertainment association with NHC — David Snock, vice president of western operations, William Hill

4. Why all races should consider competitions — Steve Byk, “At the Races with Steve Byk” Host

5. Why Hawthorne joined NHC —John Walsh, assistant general manager, Hawthorne Racecourse

6. Competitions from a player perspective — Hal Wafer, NHC Players Committee member and NHC advisor

7. Increase Potential Bonuses Through Covered Bonuses — John Unick, US international office

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